Students​

Gursimar Singh

Gursimar is 16 years old and he goes to UPA school in San Jose. On Sundays, he helps teach Punjabi and Gurbani to young children in Guru Nanak Khalsa school at the San Jose Gurdwara. He learns how to play Tabla and plays it as part of Sikh Heritage Symphony. He also participates in the Hemkunt Foundation Symposium. He loves to play sports,  enjoys music, and likes to give speeches. 

Kirit Kaur

Kirit Kaur has been learning kirtan since she was seven years old. She is inspired to do Kirtan because it allows her to find a sense of tranquility in the busy everyday routine and stay close to Waheguru. Keerat enjoys playing Dilruba, Taus, and Colin. She is also passionate about science and space.  

Jaspreet Singh

Jaspreet is a student in 12th grade and had been learning kirtan since he was seven years old. He is inspired to do Kirtan because it allows him to find a sense of tranquility in the busy everyday routine and stay close to Waheguru. Jaspreet enjoys playing Rabab. He is also passionate about science and space.  

Tanvir Kaur

Tanvir is 18-year old and has been learning Kirtan since she was six from Guru Nanak Khalsa School. She enjoys Kirtan because she feels like singing shabads from the Guru Granth Sahib helps her grow closer to Waheguru and create a bond between her and her culture. She likes to play Rabab, Dilruba, sing, and participate in speech competitions. 

Jasleen Kaur

Jasleen Kaur is a 11th grade student in Pioneer High School and has been learning kirtan since she was 6 years old from Khalsa School. She enjoys kirtan because it keeps her connected to Waheguru. She likes playing Dilruba and Harmonium and enjoys reading and learning math and science. 

Bhavandeep Kaur

Bhavandeep has been doing kirtan for 8 years and was influenced by her sister and uncle as she watched them play for many years. She loves kirtan because it's fun to perform and she loves to sing and thinks it sounds beautiful. She attends Evergreen Valley High School and is now in 12th grade.